• What levels of cholesterol should be treated for primary prevention? 

    Seaton, Terry L.; Meadows, Susan E. (Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2002-05)
    The levels of cholesterol that should be treated for primary prevention are based on low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) levels of > 100 mg/dL to > 190 mg/dL and vary according to whether the patient's risk is ...